In RE this week Year 5 started thinking about their big question of the half term – ‘What is the best way to show commitment to God.’ The children had some great ideas which we will explore over the next few weeks. We had a ‘silent debate’ thinking about the question ‘Is it ever ok […]Read More Is it ever ok to lie?
Year 5’s topic this half term is The Victorians. Take a look at our Lowry inspired artwork using pastels. This afternoon we examined some Victorian objects and tried to work out what they were used for.Read More What did the Victorians do for us?
Year 5 have spent our final half term reading the wonderful Kensuke’s Kingdom! We wrote some superb reviews which we hope will convince you to read it yourselves over the summer break!Read More Kensuke’s Kingdom
This week year 5 have become expert World Cup Analysts! First we collected some official FIFA data and drew it as graphs. Then we looked at real FIFA data analysis graphs and answered some questions about the entire tournament. We even wrote some of our own questions to test our peers!Read More Year 5 World Cup
Year 5 were set the challenge to design and build the Thames Barrier using a range of resources. The structure had to be strong, recognisable and contain rotating barriers to stop ‘water’. We worked in groups but had to contend with different timed restrictions: no talking, only able to use one hand, no tape, no […]Read More The Thames Barrier
As part of our Pattern and Culture topic, Year 5 have taken inspiration from Mexico’s Day of the Dead to create our own artwork.Read More Year 5 Mexican Art
Today, Year 5 took a trip to Mr Demeger’s Wok & Roll Chinese in the role of food critics. After tasting a wide selection of dishes, they took notes based on atmosphere, food and service. We are writing our restaurant reviews tomorrow!Read More Wok & Roll Chinese
Congratulations to the 10 Year 5 and 6 pupils who represented the school at the Lewisham Quad athletics tournament. 19 schools took part, 190 children. St Margaret’s Lee finished in 4th place overall, with Millie finishing 5th girl and Ian finishing 6th boy overall.Read More Quad athletics tournament
Year 5 have been busy creating wonderful artwork inspired by the Cuban artist Cundo Bermúdez. Check out our fantastic portraits in his blocky, colourful style.Read More Year 5’s Latin Art
Year 5 have used water colours and collage to create mola patterns from Panama. Year 6 have made Japanese Koinobori kites. These colourful carps are used to celebrate Children’s Day – a day set aside to respect children’s personalities and celebrate their happiness.Read More Year 5 & 6 International Art